LINGUIST List 24.4411|
Tue Nov 05 2013
Internships: Learn Spanish in Exchange for Work
Editor for this issue: Uliana Kazagasheva
From: Learn Spanish New York <jobslearnspanishnewyork.com>
Subject: Learn Spanish in Exchange for Work
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University or Organization: Learn Spanish New York
Department: Work Exchange
Web Address: http://www.learnspanishnewyork.com
Type of Work: Office Assistant and Customer Service
Duration: 12-Nov-2013 to 31-Jan-2014
Internship Location: New York, New York, USA
Minimum Education Level: No Minimum
Our work-study program, allows you to take free Spanish courses in exchange for work hours.
Who is this program for?
For anyone interested in studying Spanish while avoiding the fees associated with it. If this is your case, please continue to view details and apply below. Note: This is not a paid job, it's a work study program. If you are not interested in Studying Spanish, or if you are looking for a paid job, this is not the right choice for you.
Most of our courses are 20 hours, split in 8 sessions.
You may select anywhere from 2 to 8 courses from those posted in the application form.
No need to worry about matching a particular Spanish level, we'll match you based on the details on your resume and the available courses.
Work Details: Office Assistant
- Answering phone calls and aiding students and clients with general questions and bookings.
- Setting up and maintaining classrooms, entering data, running errands. Light book-keeping.
- Other responsibilities as determined based on your skills as well as current school projects.
To apply, please fill in our online form at the application website address below. No emails or phone calls please.
Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Web Address for Applications: http://www.learnspanishnewyork.com/work-study/
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